Ethical Dilemma in Child Placement Scenario
Identified legal and regulatory requirements are current, specific, and clearly present in the situation; they indicate a thorough examination of the situation. Explanation of those requirements is clear, thoughtful, and grounded in scholarly evidence. Evaluation of the legal, professional, and personal risks is insightful, accurate, detailed, and complete for both options. Specific risks are provided for each, and those risks are appropriate for the situation. Explanation of the ethical implications is clear and perceptive for both options.Course of action identified is perceptive and specific. Specific, tailored ethical theories and frameworks are integrated and referenced throughout to support and justify ideas.Writing is clear, concise, and in an organized manner; demonstrates ethical scholarship in accurate representation and attribution of sources; and displays accurate spelling, grammar, and punctuation.Citations in text and at the end of the document are in correct APA format. ScenarioYou are employed at a human services agency where a part of your duties includes finding temporary placement for three clients (children aged 5â€“12) over the holidays. You were unable to find placement for one of the children, a victim of sexual abuse. The options available to you are to either leave the child at the agency or take him home with you.